Posted by Katherine |
November 4, 2008 – 6:46 pm
Americans have been standing in line for hours all day. Some 100 million were expected at the polls today after twenty-nine-plus million voted early or absentee.
From sandygbandy, a pre-7 am crowd on 18th Street in DC.
[sandygbandy / Flickr]
From Valerie, a student who likes scrapbooking and genealogy, a two-and-a-half-hour line in Lawrenceville (or possibly Summerville), Georgia.
[Valerie Reneé / Flickr]
From Michael Gat, the line at the lifeguard station in Venice Beach. Michael says, “In a normal year, about a five minute wait. This year, about 45 minutes.”
[Michael Gat / Flickr]
From Will Femia, who photoblogs from North Brooklyn in New York, a line in Greenpoint.
[TrespassersWill / Flickr]
From Joe Lamb, a freelance photographer and photoblogger, people waiting it out in Cincinnati. This picture cheats a bit because it actually shows yesterday’s last early voters.
[Joe Lamb / Flickr]
The baby has it best of all.
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